It has been suggested that low frequency sound waves known as infrasound can create cold chills, a sense of paranoia and distress, and even hallucinatory figures glimpsed in peripheral vision. Infrasound tests conducted by NASA have shown that the human eyeball has a resonant frequency of 18 cycles a second, and will vibrate in sympathy with infrasound waves that have a similar frequency. Under such conditions, a person might experience a “smearing of vision” that could result in evanescent hallucinations in the periphery of their visual field. This effect is reminiscent of the theories who has suggested that electromagnetic waves can interfere with brain activity and lead people to think they see ghosts or aliens. Infrasound refers to sound vibrations that are at a frequency too low to be heard by the human ear which has a range from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz (called the audible range). Levels below 20 Hz are described as infrasound and those above 20,000 Hz are ultrasonic.
Exposure to infrasound has been demonstrated to affect recipients with symptoms including fear, sorrow, depression, anxiety, nausea, chest pressure and hallucination. It can cause objects to move through vibration and some believe the body’s internal organs can be effected. It is suggested that levels above 80 decibel at frequencies between 0.5 to 10Hz may start to affect the vestibular of the inner ear thus causing disorientation. Any high volume sound can trigger the body to react by increasing respiration, heart rate and blood pressure, but when they cannot actually hear the sound recipients are left with no explanation for the sudden onset of these symptoms. This may then lead to further effects caused by the minds possible reaction to the unknown.
This is all a natural reaction of the brain and very real to the witness. Possible triggers (either alone or in combination) are anything that may suggest something strange is occurring including high EMF, infrasound, low atmospheric pressure, carbon monoxide exposure, darkness, isolation and any stimulus that may create suggestion such as watching a spooky movie, being in a spooky location, or Ouija board use. Ocean waves are known to sometimes generate infrasound and it has been suggested to have been a possible “trigger” causing ships crews to abandon their craft in fear, only to have the ship later found mysteriously drifting about unmanned.
symptoms of infra-sound waves
•night terrors or learning disabilities in children
•ringing in the ears (tinnitus)
•mood problems (irritability, anxiety)
•concentration and memory problems
•issues with equilibrium, dizziness and nausea
Could exposure to infra-sound open up the effects of vision and hearing to a paranormal event? This vibration or stimulus may help in seeing or hearing things that might not be other wise would not, along with high emf signals could induce. Lets look at sailors of past hearing and seeing sirens at sea along a shore line sending them to a crash into a rocky death was it an illusion or hallucination or not caused by the ocean waves generated infra-sound? What causes infrasound? Anything from earthquakes to meteors to ocean waves to fans to old, vibrating pipes in your attic. The occasional nuclear explosion, too (we actually use infrasound to detect them). Even certain animals produce infrasound to communicate with one another, like whales and elephants. Animals also react to infrasound. This may be one of the reasons they’re so quick to react when a natural disaster is looming, such as an earthquake.
If infrasound hits at just the right strength and frequency, it can resonate with human eyes, ear drum causing them to vibrate. This can lead to distorted vision and the possibility of “ghost” sightings. Or, at least, what some would call ghost sightings. Infrasound may also cause a person to “feel” that there’s an entity in the room with him or her, accompanied by that aforementioned sense of dread. However, other scientists call the idea into question. Physicists studying effect of infrasound upon the human body say that volunteers participating in their experiments complain of weariness, high pressure in the eyes and in the ears, but never mention hallucinations or ghosts.
Medical studies have proven that when certain parts of the brain are stimulated, various perceptions are disturbed, such as visual, auditory, and tactile functions. Various external stimuli such as very low frequency sound waves, high fields of emf or electricity, chemicals or drugs can cause hallucinatory experiences that for the subject are indistinguishable from reality. Also, schizophrenic often relate seeing, hearing, and even talking to very real entities that nobody else can see or hear, but medical science thus far has not found the cause for this. Further study in this particular type of mental disorder may eventually shed light on some areas of the paranormal.
According to this theory, ghosts are actual beings living in one or more parallel dimensions. Some are operating at a higher vibration then in our dimension some say lower vibration. The concept of a parallel universe is a fairly complex one. To put it simply as I can, this theory suggests that there are one or perhaps an infinite number of complete universes co-existing with us on a plane we are not aware of. So these entities may enter our plane of existence allowing to hear the vibrations or see a glimpse of them as shadows or fast distorted ghost.
However, there are still a lot of questions left unanswered by these theories, such as when more than one person sees the same phenomena. Skeptics use the term “mass hysteria” for situations like this, but nobody has offered an explanation for the core catalyst causing many brains to suddenly go amiss at the same time, could infra-sound be the key. Or are we just not seeing the entire picture for lack of better words to quick to dismiss a distorted vision of a ghost or what we heard! So pay heed to what you might think you’ve seen or heard.
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